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SAILING JOURNEY INNER HEBRIDES, ISLANDS AND LOCHS
ULLAPOOL-OBAN

17 JUNE 26 JUNE 2021 |10 DAYS

JOURNEY FEE € 1000, – + BOARDING CASH £ 450, – PER PERSON

Do you want to see as much as you can from the Westcoast and the islands of the Hebrides? Then this 10-day sailing journey is highly recommended! Waking up each day at a new place and visit the most beautiful islands of Scotland, who doesn’t want that!

The journey day by day:

DAY 1 – OBAN

On the first day we expect you on board around 17:00 o’clock. After getting to know each other you can go you your bunks and around 19:00 o’clock there’s a shared diner. Afterwards you will be informed about the upcoming travel.

DAY 2 TOBERMORY

This will be a beautiful day of sailing to Tobermory, the colourful town on the island Mull. We will arrive here in the afternoon but there is still enough time to visit this colourful town.

DAY 3 – RUM

We leave Tobermory and sail to Rum, the biggest Island of the small Isles. With a view of Kinloch Castle we spend the night behind our anchor.

DAY 4 SKYE, LOCH NA DAL

On this day there is time in the morning and early afternoon to hike on Rum and visit Kinloch Castle. Later in the afternoon we raise the Anchor en set sail for the Isle of Skye, where we arrive in the evening.

DAY 5 – RONA

The island of Rona lays on the East side of Skye. The island is managed by a young couple and there are some holiday-homes they rent.

It is a fantastic place to spot deer, which there are plenty, and the island from above has a fable-like look over it.

DAY 6 – PLOCKTON

Undoubtedly the most attractive village of the area. Plockton is managed by the National Trust Conservation and her natural harbour offers good protection in nearly all weather conditions.
From Plockton to the narrowing, Kyle Rhea, is spectacular because of the current. Once through the current area we can set sail for different places to spend the night. Loch na dal, on Skye is one of our favourite spots, with a stunning anchor bay and an atmospheric pub.

DAY 7 – LOCH TORRIDON, LOCH SHEILDAIG

The most spectacular mountainous landscape of Scotland you’ll find in loch Torridon. From off the anchor spot, we can use the dinghy to get to the picturesque village of this area, Shieldaig. From Shieldaig, there is a hike to the peninsula An Aird. On this trail there is a lot of beautiful places to admire the coast, and if you’re lucky you can spot otters or herons.

https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/torridon/Shieldaig.shtml (2 hours, intensity: middle)

DAY 8- SUMMER ISLES

The summer isle consists of 15 islands, the biggest Island, Tanera Mòr, is the only inhabited island. This exceptional landscape is managed by the Scottish natural heritage and therefor protected against unwanted change. For spending the night we drop our anchor in a sheltered anchor bay

Day 9 ULLAPOOL

Next to Loch Broom, in the highland, lays the fishing village of Ullapool.

DAY 10 – ULLAPOOL

After an active 10 days in which you’ve enjoyed stunningly green and water-rich environment we say our goodbyes around 11 o’clock.

During our travels, our destinations are determined according to the nautical weather report. This way you’ll have the optimal relaxed holiday, and you will see plenty of the beautiful nature.

General Info

This journey description is meant to give you an impression of how the journey could look. Weather conditions are however a big influence in this area. Therefor the travel-plan can get changed.

Maximum number of guests:

There is space for a maximum of 6 guests.

The crew will be either 3 of 4 people

For whom is this journey suitable?

  • You are over 16 years old
  • Are you over 70 years old? Please contact us first.
  • You have a good stamina and mobility
  • Some sailing experience (for the journeys within Scotland sailing experience is not needed)
  • You enjoy night-sailing.

What language is spoken on board?

We are sailing with an international group of people. The crew is Dutch and speaks English and German. The main language on deck will be English when there are multiple nationalities on board.

Price:

 

 

Based on a shared cabin

€ 800, –

Per person

Board cash (this is used for all meals, diesel, and harbour-fees)

€ 450, –

Per person

Paying the journey-fee

The boarding-price will be paid in 2 terms*:

25%: Two weeks after the reservation

75%: one month before the start of the trip.

*If the reservation is made within 6 weeks prior to departure the boarding price will be charged in 1 term.

The board cash will be paid in 1 term in cash on the 1st day of the journey.

Included:

  • Crew of 4
  • Bedsheets and towels
  • All meals snacks and hot beverages
  • Use of eco-friendly shower gel and shampoo
  • Use of a MUSTO BR1 sailing suit (jacket and trousers) size S-XXL
  • Lifejackets
  • All ship- cleaning- and reservation costs, STO guarantee, VAT

Treesforall.nl

Trees are of vital importance to a healthy climate!

We are glad to make Steady Sailing greener. For each guest that books a journey with us we will get a tree planted at the end of the sailing season. For this we will pick a forestry project in the Netherlands.

Not included:

  • Travel to and from the ship.
  • Personal expenses
  • Soda’s and alcoholic drinks on board
  • possible extra tickets and entry fees
  • Travel- and/or cancellation-insurance

This offer is covered by the warranty of STO Garant. You can see the terms and conditions of this warranty-agreement STO Garant’s website (www.sto-garant.nl/downloads)

How do I get to Ullapool?

There is multiple flights per day from Schiphol to Inverness. It is definitely worth is to travel to Inverness a day earlier for city trip. There are plenty BnB’s to spend anight, and the city is buzzing with nice restaurants and pubs. The next day you still have plenty of time in the morning before you take the bus to Ullapool.
Inverness-Ullapool by bus: 1 hour and 20 minutes. Leaves at 15:40, then you will be at the ship at 17:00 o’clock

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